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THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. It cannot be said that the Melbourne wharf labourers have dealt unfairly With their employ'ers. They gave them three months' iotice of their intention to turnout in a' body at the end ofthe, year, and since then the chairman of their meeting advised themo to finish the work in hlnd before they left their employers.. Plainly, whether they succeed or fail, no fault can be found with their method of proceedure. Three months notice is surely enough to enable employers to supply the places of their men if they can be. supplied at all. The right of men; to leave their employment, individually or collectively, proper notice being given is beyond all question / their right to decide the conditions of their labour, and to persuade, by every' means in their power, their fellow-work men to join them, are each perfect. It cannot but be remembered in: theofavour 'of the Melbourne wharf labourers, that their rights have been exercised with extreme patience and moderat...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DECIDED POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

A DECIDED POLICY. ?Whether,the policy of the indepen dent members of the Assembly, as foreshadowedby Mr.W?. J;mEuGUSSON at Glen Innes, on Saturday, wiU be. accejpted by the House or not, it is, of course, impossible to say. But it is a comfort to lknow that there are among the representatives of the people a body of men who are capable of appreciating the gravity of the 'situation, and 'of making proposals for dealing with it which are in themselves commensurate with its ex treme importance. The indepen dent members, in whose name Mr. W.' J. FExOUssoN spoke, may justly claim the credit of being the first to attemipt te solve the financial problem. They. have realised time two great facts that debts must be paid, and that they cannot be paid without money. These plain and obvious considerations Mr. Dinns en tirely ignered, and Sir Jomess RoBERT SO" postpones iddefinitely. The first of these politicians jauntily proposed to let the floating debt go on until it paid itself, 'and the la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Globe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

ilif~4 Iobe, EVENING NEWSPAPER. 'TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters arid other communications intended for ioooertion in tho nows columono should ho oad dressed to Toe EDIToO. . All boojoeso commuoniatiOnS, inoluodie advertise., soents, orders for the Polpor, sod rmoitiancee, should bo addressed to the DossnaSS ?o~aoEaos, and not to Tot EUrBOE MOIRDAY, JANUARY 4.

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EPITAPHS. ON A TEMPERANCE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

EPITAPHS. ON A TENO'ERANCE MAN. A noted temperance man lies here, The green turf o'er his head, No man o'er saw him on Ihis bier - Till after he was dead. ON AN AMTEUR ANG?E?". 'He angled in many a purling brook,' outhlocked tho anglerookill; - He lied about the fish he took;' And here ho's lying still. ON AN ACTOR. Ambition's part he ofttassayed, 1But never won renown, . And in the lost great act he played Death rang the curtain downu;' ,For fame he longed; it kept afar, And life was full of jars; But if he failed to bh a star, He's now above the stars. ON. APOLICEOMAN. Pause, stranger, pause, and drop a tear, To pass would be a poor way To show respeot--a eoplies hero " - Instead of in a doorway.' ". " . ON AN HONEST "AKiER. " iNo bread he needs, he kneads no doiugh, He sleeps the sleep that hlows no wakihg' He did much baking here below, . But now he's gone where there's no baking. * ON A OOOD-CARRIiEie.' 'Here lies an hod-carrer unolertho diod;' He's happy, there's no doubt of t...

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

TErEGIlA?iI?c SHIPPING.. B.xcllooenettoua.~,-Juanury 4. Th~e Ajax arrived oil lear with dredtge Girab in tow; at tug brought tho dhedego it, and the AJax returned south 7.30 an;. Arrived ; Touski, 5.43 ao.a,; .Ricjhmond, 9i an.. 'MuCtnav it~r, .--Arrived ; Jananry 4, Brunt. w'iek, 7.30 a.se. Paused, north : Guthrie, 5a.e... CsLunxnCx Hteen.--Aerived; Jannary 4, Helta Olicoll, 7.35 a~m. Xtnxe.--Areived: Joauaur 4, Pioneer, fr'ot iBotany; Civi~ly, from hydney.. Depsarture: Janoury 4, Teena o Gowrio, for Buneho. T?wtea HteAD.-- Dep~arture;: January 3, Daplane, sechooner, 9.t5 n.tn.; Tweed, 7.50nala.; :Litoly, stheoner, 5,30 t;.m., for Sydnoy. " OtttWtanTLt.--Arrieals; :.annary 3, Lulla Roohh, S~intn Crue?, Neweantle, W~eaterns, Titus, Clara Jaselsone, Garron, Glidle, Jensie Kelly, Stensetihikof from; Sydney. Jan;uary 4. laithmllad, Diegauteo Collerey. teen; Sydney; Enuhby, fromn Ihtelbeureo Derarlores; -Jan;ury 3, B~elle Iole, balrqueo, fur Alto?ny s Tyeoon, harqueo, for ttsot~llouh s ...

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LARRIKINISM IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

* LuiiiRKINiii IN MIELBOURNE. .S ome exciting scenes were witnessed iri Swanston-street, between the hours of twelve and onie o'clock on Neos Year's morning (says the Ago) whetn sevesrll iaknds of laraiiis, oin inuschief intent, paraded that thorotighfatue and' Bousrke-street in a d6monstrative, ao well as corit'ivial mhnner bhowine the oxublsrence 'of' tleir' spirits while they sa?w 'the 'old year' out and the new year, in. Linked hirm iti arm, scores of turbulent ytuths "siiarhed 'about fretting their ssuls for a row u ind cretting, one ci the smallest provocation: In 'the centre of ond grouli was to be seen a senior constable, ovesqome" with the effects oni hini of the festive tccasion. Presently, at he vainly. sought' r'efugei in 'an1'tatint" house, the propiietor of which' elosed h%' door against the official inttuder, the stern eye of Sisb-Inspector Ellis' ftll 'on the delinquent, who thidi prudently ietired frons the scene. Shottly afterwards the vigilant sub-inspector, in as...

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EXPORTS.—JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

E.xrOli'TS.- JANUAnR 3. Guthrici (a.), for lionIgkong, via leril :.8 hoencs te,8hxsoim,7 ae or 1 aspirits, 12 eases wino, 20 cocos oilltorca, 12 casks hsoccoshoos, 2 cosoa copper seails, 8 packages old co~pcr, 13 lhodllcs yellows metal, 312 pookages glass. i..l pack-o agec old iron, 4 bundlecs ine, 7 piece load. 22. halos' fuegos, .20 laeknhu bccheo~.de.naor, 2 packagos slratl~ory 3 cocoa boos oan shaoes, 1355 lunaokgos ailcrohondicc, cad susndries. Theo skihVlohur, commanded hy Caphtet JToha Scott, reochod p oct yestecday from Hcamhurg, with a larg.cscisoellaaous earga. The vessel las o lher first istto Sydney, sad her onaser is Mr. A. Gihson, af Liverpool. The Molhuc loft Hamkurg an Soptenmboc 17, and passed tha Lioacd so tha 25th at that sisuth. The equator was crossed cc Octcoer 31, isu-09 W. Tha S.E. trodes provedi gan~d, end wero cocciied to 21 S., light easterly wilads following. The mceridian og the Cape sacs cromsed is 41.14 S. no Novemkoc 2t0. Rounded Catas Otwvay an 27th ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

kAnd when she spke," Ewect words, like dropping honey, s tb did shed: Anld 'twist theo pearlsoad rubies, softly bhosko Asillveror Otde sthheavenlysouoie sceniedltosooke Vtell then pl)ay'dst the hlosoewifco port, And all thy threnodo with wogieort, oavn wound themselves about this heart. The Geographical expedition, under Captain? EveriU, were able to correct one curious geographical error. The Bonito stranded exactly where, according to late moaps, there shossd havee been a range of mountaine-tho Sir Arthii'"Go1loon tango. Ark for ly-on 1ro.n a 1to n nDE Ji.'outsh (AnT, • ,

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UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA.—INSCRIBED STOCK DEPOSITS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

Uoioo BANK O AcoonoLau.-INUCtoIDD STOCK To our isoe of J twsDarosT deoit il ooreceive, b thoe b~n.whioh uro aL followso, vio. - "Tho directors of the Union Bank of Australia, Limited, aro prepared Co rocoivo in Loodon ootriboid Stock Deposits, bearing futcero.t tuyullo rhalf-yeorly at the ostg of 4 per coat. eor alim, to iso ioocrihed at this olflco, owl trmnoforsblto by ordinoary truosfee deed. Stock certifCotota witi iso iussed. '"Thesoe ioscriled, otoek dopooits wiil bw ropayable ot theooptioolof thelonkcooy,aoted olagis gviogl12 moothso previoos ooticeo totitoeiholders. ofter lot Joooa~ry, 1005l, it wcii iso at tort blot. it, prior to Cthe Tot Jaooary, 1005, it will ibe at a, lro. onoos of1 "or ont. i' loidoro of Tondon Omlco Deoposlt TRecoiplo of heo Itok cooanecihoogeoor Inscribod Stock Dopooit Ccrlitifcoteo freeo of cisargo ooaitpplication. "A Stork Eoolhasge qoolotlon will ito applied for, whlicht woll givo thso odotsshgo of sogotiolbility to Cthe stotk."

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SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY. EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SHIPPING. K VESSELS TO AREVV AT SYDNEY. EXCLU. SSINE oF COASTERS AND DiTE?l COLONIAL VESSELS. * . T'n- Whero Data of Namo and lig. ogo raom. SoIling. .koie Career, Iqo 5,. 93 laston ..Ot1 Agovo O6wahd? .l . -- Sharpness.. - Aoalfl, s s .. 1131 ]Hamburg ..Nv1 rAmy, oh . ... 99Liverpool. Anna Wichorst, sch.. 38 Nambr ... Sp. rgus;oh .. 1513 Lo n .d on acoos .. 7 . - London .. - briara, ch. ... 1 Yap y .. 0 lombay, so :.; . - [Landaon.1 ridwood, bqo . 50 llaobeg p lritish Isleo, oh 2391.Loeda[London ncephalo sn 1192 o? Adelaid .. . Co]iforoio, bqca .., 715 ]Pt Gamoble . Codida, h ... ..- Lodon ::. Cope Clear, kqlo . - . Liverpool . Cape Coori:, oh - :Loodo :::o Cerr6 Allegre, h, q. -- ICharoato.. Cholerton, o .., 1731 b Loudo O Cityoflioobay,oh L - {Landau ., City of Corloth,? ! oh ' [London . Colringhaoe. oh 1.0109 Now York .Sa.2 Coloso, 1lisq . 1188 [Pt Bllahaley.. C eiookWaterbqe 035 [Hll Coohei bo . 1053 SLiverpoel S Cntty Sark, oh ..-- [Vbndon . Cynlea,. bqo..? . -- {Aniwerp ..Oc....

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COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

• COMMERCIAL, pm OtGlona? Office, 1pm In tihe import marheto, busialsseefor theyear suy b~e asid to usiav commeeneod to~day. Itfanc of oazr Olceh'cants lit in an allleanulce this macaloe after the Christians aind Itow Year holidays. Iii looking at the coneacereial )lroapects of this; yarw c anesay they are sbrsght as wesihoul ike fe u lretwill be a poor ote. Thof nentsforo sear uerat of the beat diatricts are the worst for yeare loot, 00 tbat thle protfit made. be, oororieagicltsriatswill tall short of former years. ]'?ozil Albocry we note the harvest is lreogreasiog favoerably, hsit thle yield will scarcely ho op to ellhot oai ealpected a m onth ace. The average trop "witt probably ,be under' 12 bolsbets. The wra~in to h1o elen tlbessverege in qelatity a ct ood steal aof dlnlagze thas bseca daoe by rust. We taske it, there.' fore, with oar defteiest halrlest. no ashall hsave to diriw upon oare iteighboarltris Victoria seld Soisthl We noete thlat \'iectra Ires heels shilpl I iteisr ...

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BEAUTY AT THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

ii BAUTY AT THE' SOUTIV. .the gay young MLissourianWho, on goine to:seehis hgirl, was received "by the lady's fathes and without warning filled full of a]hot, bas enteied a suit for damages, as hasa also a young'man in Te'eas, who,e in ti ying to elope with a farmer's daughter, was made the victim of a stern parent's rifle. Ordinarily these difficulties end as at on as the dector's bill is paid, and nothing: more is heard of them ; but the attitude of a1 e two young men in question indicates a great awakening oen the subjectof common human rights. Parents who assume to miurder inoffensive young men who areen gaged in the lawful psirsuitof inattinonial happiness should be sued until their spirit, bas beaen oroken in -some degree, and if' courts are not convenient they should he enteatained as" the Georgia man a as the other ' 'day: ' Ha diskos vered that his dasighter' ww'a' on' thf|' point Iof eloping, and' taking his. bihi sdn with him, he pi'epred'to kill theycung' men as soon ias...

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THE WEST SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

THE WEST SYDNEY ELEOTION. A meeting of the friends of Mr. George Morriman took place at Let.cr's Queens land Clu'bHotel on Saturdaj evening, for the purpose of hearing his decision whether or not he would oppose. Mr. D. O'Connor0 Postmaster-General, at the election for West Sydney.n Buckle wae voted to the chair,,and in a few introductory remarks, intimated that it was Mr. Merriman's determination not to cortest the seat. air. Merriman, who was received withs K cheers, said he had declined to contest the present election from purely private: reasons. He had. come to this decision a couple of days back, and his intention was pretty well known throughout the towic during the same day. He thought it possible that another general election wvould take place at no distant date, and i he would then gladly place his services at the. command of the electorate, ant I endeavour to wipe out the defeat 'he had sustained at the last election.. He thanked .the gentlemen present for their readiness...

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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." The GLOB is now enlred to Eight Pages, o" fifty-sixs cohtusss in ali. Itthus becomes THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER IN AUSTRALIA. The GLOE can be obtained off the following. ogents:--,. . , ag ,sSYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS S.Barber, 5i Sussex-street " Samuel Sarter, Huissi wesstea Joohftall Coumrasy, Kiog-stree t tumed Redfcrn t Statiou "t S. Su.urnot, Woollara amssel Buohby, 84 Vins-street, Beldeim GooeWla Cadoanf, Central o almain oc" Sirs. Davis, Kesnt-stret W Cltahn, HarrtCs.struet Ultimo H.' W. I. Caustos, 151 Clorance-strect Mr.C.Wi Claro, tm tersoissus, Slcrcickoil o J. Croft, I u Wilitam-street fleacon asd Sans, North Shore, G. oEsigiwrc, Paddingtono H.T,W Fester, 148 William-street Win. C. Good, lctars s.st Ilre. nsilton, Waverley H1arris rotoers, ewrtows; alo at Cook's Stioe sedonoltrown and St. reters tuherton and Sons, Lavender Say • Srs's Hisncheliffe, 75 Dotanx-.roxsd, Waterlos Jobs I. Bergoefer, 840 Fstt-strot H. How, PFareno,,tta-roed, Leicshhardt, ...

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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES. THlE .':SUNDAY TI-IIES" CAN BE OBTATNEP. - THE O THE FOLTOWING AGENTS . olln'Varne, Bay.street, Glebe rri. u dgeo'Hoc, eoetLodgo Hlr. G.r Cossnika, Etizabeth.streel, Belmore Park• Hr. Jorin Isher, GEliaeth-street, past Bathurst, sti'e et ' ''' Hr.H.Kahn, 37 Geore-sordel W fool . Nra. tosar, 25 Globe Point.Ron e Hr. FsoVt, la George.stree1 , Camlerdosown t Hr. G. Geogb, Tobadoaist,oGlebe.re oro Hlr. ?Aelin, 'Georgestroth e at, opposite Bas. napWh Statioa . •'.., H e. Cr. .Bron, E3lrgerstret Wes , HIr. G.'Hilliard, 193King-strcet,.Neweldwn .. Hor. J. C. Voumeesh, 281 King-street, Nawton ,sr. J..T. Jees. oAconIstekr Si?r. H.; Gannen, 217 Oafer4.streol, qpp?oaito gaol.. Nir. Johs L. Beegho~efer. 811, ~itlsateeet, ' Hair. Geede. Canierbury-road, Peterslinna . Mirs Hlitehsell,. Nehoson-streed, Peterlsasa . :Mr. Hew,.Parnssmatto.read.... Shr. hyss, 2-19 Oofordnlteeel, oppoosite gaol '. H?r. G; Nerarnud, 112 Oofo~d-street ..-:. Sirs. liasning, 58Oxford-street Sir. S.'S...

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AMERICAN WOMEN, BY ARCHIBALD FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

J .AiuriCAi WOMEN, BY AiSOSOIBA ,L, , ' ,t,..FORBES. ...i . ,. . . Thef fankoes of the, American young wonnh hlis rin it, on the threshold, so cftaln be'vildernient aznd eveii dmbarrais intii for thoflsetsh male porsosi, espoeially if.his collars be too, stiffly, starcheie. She has so sittcrm an apparsi?t absende of self conosiosneoss, her mental cileuipoise is so seronely stable,; hergood fellowship,if one may use the term, is so natilsl, that ho cannot see his way easily to the solutioi of the problem. .I assume him' td be agentle man, so that his intuition detersehim from a miscoicedptiosi of thd ,phenomena that confront him. She flirts, he finds; she is an iidept in flirtation, but it is a flirtation "froln the thetli outwatd," to use (ailyle'4 phrase, and he is fain to own to' himself, like the fox-hunting farmer who tried un" successfully 'to. gbt deank on the claret', hat lie seemss to "g~t no forrador." But, although tlie citadel of the fort" seemis to him setaligoly impregh...

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THE DAUGHTER OF MENDOZA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

THtE DAUGHTER OF M~ENDOZA. Olh, lend iuo owout itihingtalo, Your msoic by tho fountamns, And lend to mo yore oadences, Oh, rover of the mountains, That I may sicg, dny gay brnetto, A diumoud soyirk in coral odt', .. Gem for a prmee's coronot, Sweet daughter of Mendoza How'brilliant io the morningstar, The eening star how tender; The light of both is in he eyes,r , Their softness and their aploudour. But for the lash that shades theii.lighf, They were too dazzling for the sight, And when she shuts them all to night, • Sweet daughter of 'ondoza? " Oh, over bright and beauteous one, ..Bewildering and beguiling, The futo is in thy oilver tone, The ri.inbow to thy smiling. And there is, too, o'er hill and doll, The'houneding of the young gazelle, Thu arrorv's flightand ocean's sivoll, • Swoet daughter.of Mondoza. What though perchanee we moot no morot .What though, too, soon we sever? Thy form will float liko emerald light Before my visionovve? " For who can see and thonforgut The glorie...

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SHIPPING. High Water, Sydney Cove, this day 7.53 p.m. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SHIPPING. "h{'gh Water, Sydnay Cosc, thils dsy 7.53 p m. Xassrnksah, Atr., 515 toss, Captoai S. Bishop, from Eden andi southearn ports 2nd inst. laLssos. gets: Sirs. Oshorne, Sir-s. Welltng. MKisscs Lilly Oslssrna, Sissy Otborso, Alico Osbornto, Ussohy, E]wos. S?ir,. Apsey. Silasoss. Osborse, Ji. Silk, rP. Silk, Walling, Grant, Host, Wilson, dowing, Koil. soast, Sfalhteor. Pasnt. Apsoy ; andd4in theostaoosae. L[S.N. Celspttaly, tagets. Ardnmoaa, ship, 16192 tonss, Captain Wn.s SiPVic~ra fasos Glasgow Sapteosl~ar l, via ILamlashl 25th? ano Cork 26ih. Passegers Sir. Eadia FSasor. Dan. ?tsr, Gryda snd Cs., nganss Sisohur. ship, 1413 tosls, frot, Hiniambug Soptasi. hasr 17. i]ltsotna, Fraz snd Ca., agents. Stsrool. thraa.,oalate sh~ooner, 201 tons, Captain 7iitlatthes, frot, Sort hllcnhinbrsok (Qosansiand), S]?th nIt. Corrigos and Rhlidy. gagets. S'arl~ntostL. steasmer, 269 tanls. Captain It. Tap. lin,, fastm Btallingar Rtier, sin Port Siosquarin 2ndl inst. Passeangars. Sirs. iLavendar,...

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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. " W... Rowong Assoetation, annual meeting, Baddld, Hareess and Collar Makor'e Protective Socirty, meeotig, Tempeanuce hooll, O'. Uitited Furnture nule mooting, loarloy blow, 8. Iehhel Comroemoatig luServieo, 8. tcmy of United and Universal 'nstyr, neetings, Y .M.C.A.. alla, 7.30; lhtptiot Church, Nowtown, euvoing, Ngo. 47 LO,0.., meeting~, Schoolroom, Ocean. 1street, Paothrkt, 8. Anw lgamlod Jorsoyloer. Toilors' AseochLtion, sp~ecial meeting, 8. ,Sch~ool of Arts Debating Clutb, 7,30. Stmalding.Aieey inq~uiry. ,.ncttling Tattersyls orecen. Thotroe Royals HCindlsrclho." Stow Opena 11use0 "Aeross the Cant Inent." .Oaetcty Theatre, " Theo Crieket en the licarth,." Olympiic, "Mother Geone aned tha Enchanted :Beauty." Aeadoeay Of Munlo, Fedeoral Minetrele. ]Ih~nour Park, Woodhycares Cireae. .Allm~mmlmn, Speeialty Ueion nnd "King Coehtata." Auutmlinaz Wanwerks, open fram 10 n.,m. till Ioore Park, Zoologieal Gardean, epen frem lit n.m. till 0 l~.a Wnaxworksean~d Gtass~lowcr...

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IMPORTS.—JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

!! Itniorulns (ntr.), iroon Edoes aold southern~portt5, 230? cheese, 10 kg~sbattor,7 logo haoon, 33 hidles, 70 cs maizona,23 on ood, 11 hls loather, 320 hls wool, 1 boll skins, 10 bgs bark, 18 logs soyters, 1 horso. 2 logs hides, 2 bls shins, 1 ok hoof, 1 plot wool, l9 s htardware, aoti 10 pkogs sundries. IFornmoast (sir.), from Bolliogor Rlivor and Port Mlacquasis 4159 biss iaiso, 4 cpo poaltry, 20 pigs, O cs eggs, nsd 5lehs. * City of tbrafton (s.), from Claronco Rliver: 270 limogs maioe, f4 ags suooar, 30 hogs honeos, 30 hogs oysters. 20 baogs potatoes, 3l hago wheoat, 37 hides, 1 halo wool, 1 halo hair, 1 cook hallow, 7 mooes eggo, 300120op fowls and, sundries. IAustrolian Is.), f roms Cleroence Rivor: 100 hags, Insist, 7 dgs, 4010 loospoltry, 12 ocsoseggs, 50 hogs. Itosds, n,,olaasoo, 421 codar logs, 2000 opokeos, 3 cmses fr,,it, 20 hogs leobsttos, 5 ah'eos, 115 loaloa wool, 500 bogs nogoor, IS piooos codar', 1 canks tallow, andl noaoltieis.

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